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CEHD and Speed School Awarded $600,000 Grant

Justin McFadden Justin McFadden, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Early Childhood and Elementary Education, and Brian Robinson, assistant professor in the Speed School of Engineering, were awarded from the National Science Foundation (NSF) a $600,000 grant. The funding will be used to provide professional development for Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) high school teachers. Read more...
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Foster's Research Referenced in The Atlantic

Michele Foster An article by reporter, Kristina Rizga, that appeared in The Atlantic features veteran educator Renee Moore and the 2018 research of Michele Foster, PhD, professor in the CEHD, and co-researchers Melanie Acosta, and Diedre Houchen, which studied the effects of pervasive negative societal views and discriminating policies regarding black teachers. Read more...


Faculty Publications

Sue Peters Sue Peters, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Middle and Secondary Education (MISE), published with coauthors, "Project-based Statistics: Capitalizing on Students' Interests," in Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School. In addition, Dr. Peters published with Jenny Bay-Williams, PhD, professor in MISE, "Multiple Strategies: From Stress to Success," in Reflections.

Kristi King Kristi King, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Health and Sport Sciences, published with coauthors, "Mediating Effect of Sleep Behaviors When Predicting Weight-related Behaviors in Nursing Students," in the Journal of American Association of Nurse Practitioners.

Hongryun Woo Hongryun Woo, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Counseling and Human Development, and coauthors published, "A Content Analysis of Advocacy in ACA Sponsored Counseling Journals," in the Journal of Counselor Leadership and Advocacy. In addition, Dr. Woo published with a coauthor, "Burnout and Turnover Intentions Among Junior Counseling Faculty: Moderating Role of Mentoring," in the Journal of Employment Counseling.

Penny Howell Penny Howell, EdD, associate professor in the Department of Middle and Secondary Education, published with coauthors, "Cross-institutional Collaboration: Co-constructing Knowledge about Teaching and Learning in the Middle Level Classroom," in Teacher Educator.

Jessica Buckley Jessica Buckley, PhD, clinical assistant professor in the Department of Educational Leadership, Evaluation and Organizational Development, and coauthor published, "When You Don't Really Focus on It": Campus Climate for Social Class Diversity and Identity Awareness," in the Journal of College Student Development.

Jason Immekus Jason Immekus, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Educational Leadership, Evaluation and Organizational Development, Kate Snyder, associate professor in the Department of Counseling and Human Development, and Pat Ralston, Speed School, published, "Multidimensional Item Response Theory for Factor Structure Assessment in Educational Psychology Research," in Frontiers in Education. The article was based on their involvement with the Guild for Engineering Education, Achievement, Retention and Success (GEARS) consortium.

Terry Scott Terry Scott, PhD, professor in the Department of Special Education (SPED) and Distinguished Scholar, published with coauthors, "Active Supervision: Preventing Behavioral Problems Before They Occur," in Beyond Behavior. In addition, Dr. Scott, Amy Lingo, EdD, CEHD interim dean and professor in SPED, Job Burt, PhD, positive behavior support coach for the Center for Instructional and Behavioral Research in Schools, and coauthors published, "An Examination of the Association Between MTSS Implementation Fidelity Measures and Student Outcomes," in Preventing School Failure.

John Caruso John Caruso, PhD, professor in the Department of Health and Sport Sciences, and coauthors published, "Load-Power Relationships for High-Speed Knee Extension Exercise," in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.

Tom Tretter Tom Tretter, PhD, professor in the Department of Middle and Secondary Education, published with co-authors, "Successful Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Supporting Science Teachers with a Systematic, On-going, Intentional Collaboration between University Engineering and Science Teacher Education Faculty," in the Journal of Science Teacher Education. In addition, Dr. Tretter published with co-authors, "Strengthening Science Attitudes for Newcomer Middle School English Learners: Visually Enriched Integrated Science and Language Instruction," in the International Journal of Science Education.


Pössel Speaks to International Delegation

Patrick Possel Patrick Pössel, professor in the Department of Counseling and Human Development, was invited by the World Affairs Council (WAC), to speak to an international delegation about the Cardinal Success Program (CSP). He spoke with the group about the CSP model and their strategies in providing mental health services to children and families in under-resourced areas. Members of the delegation were from Albania, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Estonia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and Uzbekistan.


JSFA is Transferred to CEHD's Center for Economic Education

Jake Gross The National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) announced that the Journal of Student Financial Aid (JSFA), a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal previously held by the organization, will be transferred to the UofL College of Education and Human Development's Center for Economic Education. The Center is directed by Jake Gross, PhD, associate professor, and the assistant director is Casey George, PhD, both are in the Department of Educational Leadership, Evaluation and Organizational Development. Dr. Gross is editor of JSFA.


Upcoming Events

  • Monday, August 19, 2019
    First day of the fall semester
  • Wednesday, October 23, 2019
    CEHD Alumni Homecoming Event
    5 - 7 p.m., SACW, rooms 116 and 117
    Alumni and friends of the college are invited to attend
  • Saturday, October 26, 2019
    University of Louisville Homecoming

New, Staff, Faculty, and Promotions

Retirement

Linda MulliganLinda Mulligan (pictured with ERTC co-workers) has retired after 44 years of service to UofL and the CEHD. Her co-workers in the Education Resource and Technology Center honored her by declaring Tuesday, June 25th Linda Mulligan Day, and invited everyone to join them in celebrating her years of service.

 

Harrie BueckerDr. Harri Buecker (pictured right) retired on June 30th after several years of service to the CEHD and UofL. She expanded and strengthened K-12 school partnerships and educational leadership, and helped guide many students through their degree programs to graduation.


New Employees

Brandon GossettBrandon Gossett is the new Academic Counselor Senior Recruiter for the CEHD. He is based in the Nystrand Center for Excellence in Education and his focus will be the Alternative Certification program. He will also help students interested in other CEHD degree programs connect with advisors and program directors.

Andrew McCartDr. Andrew McCart is a clinical assistant professor directing the Healthcare Leadership and Health Professions Education program for the Department of Educational Leadership, Evaluation and Organizational Development.


Promotions

Dennis CumberlandDennis Cumberland, PhD was promoted to Associate Professor with tenure in the Department of Educational Leadership, Evaluation and Organizational Development.

 

 

Evan FrederickEvan Frederick, PhD, was promoted to Associate Professor with tenure in the Department of Health and Sport Sciences.

 

 

Elizabeth PattonElizabeth Patton, PhD, was promoted to Clinical Professor, Term, in the Department of Middle and Secondary Education.

STUDENT NEWS

HSS Students Travel to Ghana

HSS ISLP

Ten students in the Department of Health and Sport Sciences completed a 12-day stay in Ghana as part of UofL's International Service Learning Program (ISLP). They joined other students from nursing, communications, and Pan-African studies in participating in a variety of service and experiential learning activities designed to promote cultural sharing and expand their global views. During the first part of their trip, they performed three days of service at the Offin Children's Center (OCC) in Offinso, Ghana. Read More . . .

ALUMNI NEWS

CEHD Grad Featured on WHAS

Andre Burrell Andre Burrell, who recently completed the Master of Arts in Higher Education Administration degree program, was featured by Mark Hebert on WHAS11's Great Day Live. He chose the online program because of its flexibility and credits the faculty for his success. Burrell was able to complete coursework and assignments while teaching at James Madison University in Virginia. Read more about Andre Burrell...


Doane and Cumberland Publish Article

Eric Doane, a graduate of the Master of Science in Human Resources and Organizational Development degree program, and Dennis Cumberland, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Educational Leadership, Evaluation and Organizational Development, published, "Community Policing: Using Needs Assessment to Gain Understanding before Implementing," in Performance Improvement Quarterly. The article was recognized by the journal as one of the most downloaded papers in 2018.

CEHD Faculty Podcasts

Many CEHD faculty have been guests on Mark Hebert's UofL Today Radio Show where they were interviewed about their latest research. See a list of all podcasts...

CEHD Insider

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